At an A-List Dinner, a Campaign Reunion
The Sarah Palin charm offensive took McLean by storm Friday night, when the Alaska governor reunited -- for the first time since election night -- with running mate Sen. John McCain.
Palin, in Washington for Saturday's Alfalfa Club dinner, was among about 30 dinner guests at the home of Marlene and Fred Malek, who served as McCain's national finance chairman during the campaign. The VIP crowd included Dick Cheney, Alan Greenspan, Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist and campaign manager Rick Davis -- plus Democrats Madeleine Albright, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and Rep. John Dingell of Michigan.
All that talk that the McCain and Palin camps can't stand each other? May be true -- but the running mates looked delighted to see each other, according to a guest.
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